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How to Use Multiple Analog Sensors on Your ESP8266
Simon Says Game - 3D Printable | Arduino Nano | DIY Project
Thanks for the tip! Works fine now once the change has been made.
Great project; thank you for your detailed instructions - I modified the code slightly so that it displays a full set of random LEDs each turn, rather than building on the previous ones.
Arduino - Simple Simon Says Game
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EL Wire Neon Nixie Style Clock
Anything between 300 to 500 Ohm is used for the signal to the Neopixel ring.
I will have a look and let you know. Sorry for the ambiguity.
Getting Started With Electronics
Yes! It is possible. You would simply enter an if statement that checks for the mod 1 of hour = 0 and minutes = 0 and seconds = 0. Then it will recognise a new hour. All the best.
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Plot Clock for dummies.
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Automated Dog Feeder
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